East Fork makes dinnerware you’ll want to keep around for a long, long time that is made of regional clay and glazed by hand. Sold alongside other objects made with equal care for your kitchen, tabletop and pantry.
Taro, a beloved glaze from the East Fork archive, returns on April 18th. A color of quiet joy, Taro speaks to the slow changes that ferry winter to its landing, flowers in dark soil, new colors of the morning. No surprise, then: it will stick around until summertime, available in all forms.